BlueCherry ERP will streamline supply chain operations and improve inventory visibility

CGS, a global provider of business applications, enterprise learning and outsourcing services, has announced that Easy Street Shoes, a creator, wholesaler and retailer of women's footwear, selected the BlueCherry Enterprise Resource Planning Suite (ERP) to support its continued growth, enhance warehouse efficiency and streamline supply chain operations from concept to consumer.

With double-digit growth year-over-year in eCommerce sales, Easy Street's in-house software made it challenging to increase distribution channels. To replace many of the manual processes and improve efficiency, Easy Street sought an integrated solution to manage operations throughout the supply chain and improve inventory visibility. After a thorough search and evaluation process, Easy Street selected BlueCherry ERP for its reputation and experience in the footwear sector. CGS's offering as a single system of support for distribution processes and electronic data interchange (EDI) compliance also lent credibility to its selection.

"We're good at designing and selling shoes; our specialty is not designing and maintaining software," said Keith Gossett, president, Easy Street. "With CGS's expertise in the footwear sector, we knew that the BlueCherry ERP suite was the best choice to support our business growth, especially in eCommerce. The BlueCherry ERP suite will provide the inventory visibility we need to enhance our supply chain processes, improving our warehouse efficiency."

"With over 500 CGS customers in fashion, apparel and lifestyle products, CGS understands the importance of having an integrated end-to-end solution to help support and grow businesses such as Easy Street throughout all channels, including eCommerce," said Paul Magel, president, Business Applications and Technology Outsourcing, CGS. "We are proud to welcome Easy Street to our BlueCherry community as it looks to improve operations for continued growth and customer satisfaction."

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